Well I have this problem .. me and my boyfriend dont seem to be talking much anymore. it used to be him the one who talkd the most now he says he never knos what to talk about or hes 'cheering' someone else up. n im like feeling 'im your gf you should be talking to me' i havent said those exact words except i have said we dont talk anymore and he makes a joke about it. i dont know what to do anymore. i want it to be like old times where we would see eachother all the time .. he cant have got bored can he ? also we never see eachother harldy. we used to see eachother like a minimum of 5times a week. now it is like 2 times. i dnot know what to do anymore. any halp apreciated
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Well, it sounds like you've lost one of the ingrediants to a gd reletiionship, communication. You need to face the problem head on, ask him whats happening, maybe you can start more conversations. Is there anything thats happend between you to make this happen? If you dont solve this prob soon it does make things worse, and it sounds like you really dont want that to happen, so talk to him about. Say how you feel. Hope this helped XxxxX
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Like spacebag said, try to talk to him about it. It's no use breaking your head over it all the time. Do something. Tell him how you feel, that you'd like things to be like they were in terms of communication and find out what's wrong.
If you think you've fallen into a routine relationship, try doing new things with him, bring the fun back!! Go for walks, for a coffee, skating... anything out of the ordinary, as long as you both feel comfortable with it.
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